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A- Z Challenge Reflections

This is my first Blogging from A to Z April Challenge and now that it is over,  and I have blogged from A-Z, one post daily, during the month of April, I find that many participants do a “reflections” post. 443 more words

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"Z", Zeno and Tortoise

Hello Everyone! Finally I am here…I’ve done it! Last post for A – Z challenge :)

Today, I have chosen Zeno and Tortoise: How to think like a philosopher by Nicholas Fearn. 125 more words

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April A-Z Challenge: Z is for Z GENERATION

Z is for GENERATION Z

I’m not sure about other family historians, but I do know that in my genealogy research and recording, I do tend to ignore the current younger generations a little – Generation Z. 195 more words

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Z – MY TWENTY-SIXTH (AND LAST) TRANSPORTATION THEMED BLOG FOR THE APRIL A-Z CHALLENGE

As fascinated as I am with the zeppelin, I am far too young to have flown in one and there is not a chance with my vertigo that I would entertain riding a zip wire. 627 more words

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YACHT - MY TWENTY-FIFTH TRANSPORTATION THEMED BLOG FOR THE APRIL A-Z CHALLENGE

I have ‘sailed’ a yacht three times, each time as crew to experienced yachtsmen.

The first time was a nice serene affair around Plymouth Sound. The second and third occasions were however described by each skipper as the “worst conditions that I have ever sailed in!” 430 more words

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April A-Z Challenge: Y is for Yarrawonga

Y is for YARRAWONGA, Victoria, Australia. Yarrawonga is situated in northern Victoria, on the border of New South Wales.

I have a connection to Yarrawonga due to my TAYLOR family, who farmed land at Bundalong, just outside Yarrawonga, in the 19th Century. 122 more words

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April A-Z Challenge: X is for COX

X is for coX (sorry but that’s the best X that I could do).

RICHARD COX was my Great Great Grandfather. He was born in 1817 in  Ashton, Wiltshire, England. 95 more words

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